Kirkland Flagged Pedestrian Safety Crosswalk Steward

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City of Kirkland

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Join the Kirkland Team!

Help keep Kirkland a 'walkable' City. Adopt a Pedestrian Safety Flag Crosswalk in your neighborhood and ensure there are always orange/yellow "pedflags" available at your adopted crosswalk. The pedflags assists pedestrians in alerting drivers to their presence when crossing the street.

Pedflag volunteers average 0.5 hour per week commitment. You are asked to check on your crosswalk at least once a week, and make a 1 year commitment to your assignment.

Existing crosswalks currently needing a volunteer adoption:
-- Everest: 6th Street S / 5th Ave S
-- Everest: 6th Street S / 700 block

-- Finn Hill:
84th Avenue NE / NE 141st Street
-- N Rose Hill:
124th Avenue NE / NE 107th Street
-- S Rose Hill:
NE 80th / 124th Ave NE
-- Totem Lake: NE 128th Street, 12200 block (Madison House)

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Sites locations listed in 'description'123 Fifth Ave.Kirkland, WA 98033




  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 0.5 hour per week; Minimum one-year.
  • Online application, 2 references, New Volunteer Orientation

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